Lê Vĩnh Hà wrote:
Thank you. And how about my submission, is it good or bad, is there anything wrong? I hope to hear any comment and advise. Thanks for saving time to answer my questions.
-C Major scale, the crescendo/decrescendo is detectable, rest stroke, timing, and note durations are good.
-Exercise 20, The finger strokes look good, the only thing to watch for is to strive for a smooth/legato sound like Maestro Delcamp video where the (p) note is damped slightly after or right when the (i), (m) or (a) strings are struck versus before they are struck. A similar tip was shared with Pyit.
-Une Souris Verte, Good Job as well, watch the note duration of the quarter A note at the end of measure #2, let it sing a little bit longer like the other quarter notes played in the other parts of the piece. Keep in mind, the damping symbol hovering over that quarter A note at the end of m2 is not a phrasing indicator to play the note as staccato, but rather to dampen the preceding eighth B note (open string) in case that it is still ringing out when the A note is played.
-J'ai du bon tabac - nice work